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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 November 1841

I ft 'if i r 3 I V J . v. Jllili 11 I, dollars to According to this result, the annual average product for that period was $15,820 172, which is believed to have been greatly under the true amount. The re turns of the consuls " were deficient with respectto sev eral of the provinces, and present a rescult far below the estimates of Mr. Jacob ted ' ration, t i ' rusehweinf paper dollars, wou.u uw u--.. ,-v s jQ blent v ih Ihls country as Baltimore nnd Ohio South America, of the pro L hd C-nj-n,;. 12 1-3 cent notes are dif In iKi devoted District. Igrcgate yield, exclusive of We shall enlarge upon this subject at some; mincs of Brazii anj future lime, and bring such faint glimerings , Peru, during the twenty In the mean time, we trust the pood peop e estimalins, the pound ster- of tlii countrv will look at the matter with ling at $1 84, amounts in the attention it deserves, and ask ther.selves whether a substance rnn be represented by a hdow, or a numeral by a cypher.-jJcr--dri" Index...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 November 1841

- TT-T.-iirvjriipniiai i ..f iti7'Wiitmne m Ainu asmriiiiL lu ujuuc j ,wn ii.'. i n i. hi n iMi wise m t v , ir.. - i .. i ' . . r i . i... . , ii ii r..ii.. mum niiiaii biicui jiaa ul less than 3 009 democratic particular. ' lie Jurtlier siaiea ium mui ue lamj prcM.-m.tu, ..... v In the room of the Y artburg, where he cry one ot whom owe it to tr.cmscn-es iramctiou 01 .ur. ;; , lr:rns!ai:in the Bible, tliev will 'crates i convention assemuiea i re&raiuiijr o I(1U iin-i .wmui, tunc a iiu f iv in six should take 'The Radical," and pay for ii, we should be standing on a sure footing, which nothing could disturb; but instead of this, not one in twelve have subscribed for the Jour nal, and not cr.c kill of that number have paid i for it regularly. We ascribe this not so much to the want of a disposition on the part of the j people, to read and gain information, as to the j inertness, und inactivity of our more influential . friends. Here lies the secret of sustaining the j newspaper...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 November 1841

MIX I 1 1 - 1 T L '4 r 4 1 it most either pass ii trr reject it; but in no fcasfewill the lower House permit it to add or ' dlniinisli. i'sT . ' PLAN TO REMOVE STUMPS. The Western Marnier nnd Gardner for A9gust -Contains a communication upon the subject of removing stumps and as the ma chinery is chcap, and a sample, within the means of every farmer's procurement, nnd, s we Wieve, will prove efficient, we copy Iho descriptive part of the piper. ""Procure a dry red-elm lever, about twen ty feet long and about six to eight inches in ifiamter :i good stout log ciiain, with Hvn 'yokes of oxen; tlrs isnll the machinery that ... is necessary. The nude f operation is thus: 'wrap The log chain atound the stump a little above tire ground, nnl make what is called a loghitch; lay il levtr horizontally, on t'.ie - ground, tlic lHr--e enJ nex. t tlic chain and aVnnst the stump-: 4na-: ffie oilier en 1 of the chain fist T.n this erd of the bvcr. draw ing the lever tit: lit again: :l:c :u.isp; the...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 6 November 1841

From iht New York Tribune. ON THE DEATH OF G RENVILLE MELLEN. BT MHS. E. J. JAMES. Another harp is broken, and the strains that ibieri nnnn if strinw are nnur honi-H , Hea. trembled upon its strings are now heard in He ven. ' Another and another: They arc going one by one : The golden bowl is broken, And life's silver thread is spun In the perfect prime of manlood, With its glory cn his brew, And Fame's wreath upon his temples Hut thai is nothing now ! :t i:r.v J l i o'erhUeyes, Nor bereak the solmcn, mystic seal, that on his fine lip lies ! O chaste and sweetly beautiful Were the breathings of thy lyre, For Genius, like a living coal, Had touched thee with its fire : The light shed from thy musings Had its birlh-plcce in thy mind, Where all the finer faculties Of Intellect were shrined. O the World thy name is speaking its lament for thee is loud But thou can'st not hear its praises through the foldings of the shroud. Thou has put on the garments Of the Redeemed in Heaven, And the ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 November 1841

e' THE RADICAL. SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 13, 1841. .The. November number of the Lady's J&ok, abounds with its usual quota of inter ring matter. .. t We learn that the service of that accom ilsed writer, Miss. C. M. Sedgwick are en aged in future for each numrlpr of that in eresting periodical. The.Pbairik Flower. The propVls for . . SE.i ba kib r lower. x he proaSLls tor received by our editorial brethren Tin ... , - , , . . . , . 1,lc ilitnr hfta nn rnnitfi ciro flint url..li ... . . i . t . , .1 . i i t. editor has no capital,sare that which lies :f,. m the convolutions of his brain and the gyra- tions of his "grey goosequill ;"' and his publish er declines purchasing the materials necessary for printing the work as it shoulJ be, before a list of five hundred subscribers shall be ob tained. There are about one hundred and fifty on the list, who have vouutarily come forward. 'This week and the next, we intend that the city shall be thoroughlj canvassed by a com petent agent, and we r...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 November 1841

1 citement of voirig i: r voting out his neigh bor; or, better still, of hfinj voted in or vo ted out himself, as lhcji.it of the sovereign people nay decide. Independent, however, of this cunsi deration, the vdue of the gene- rai diffusion of knowledge, which is chiefly effected hy the newspaper press, can hardly f . rtt. . ... . . oe overrated. incrccan.be liiMe risk in saying, that without the facilities for convey ing information, which are aflorded by the joint action of the great modern improve ments in locomotion and punting, the exis tence of a Republican Government anion" a population so thinly scattered as ours, over so vast a territory, would have been entirely impossible." . Jf3" Below we insert the reply of VVm. Wright Esq., of Palmyra, to an article from the pen of the Editor of the Boonslick Democrat, which we have found in the Missouri Courier of the 6th inst, accompanied with a request that the dif ferent democratic papers in the State give it an in sertion. . We ch...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 November 1841

THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 13, 1841. We learn from the Argus that our distinguish ed Senator Col. Benton, has been detained in Kentucky by sickness. Gov. Miller passed through St. Louis a few days since, on his way to the seat of Government. The November number of Graham's Maga ine ia before us. It contains mar.y beautiful en gravings, and is full of interest. Ohio Election Complete. The full re turns of the elections in Ohio give the following result: Whigs Senators elected, 8; remaining over, 9; total, 17. Democrats elected, 10; re maining over, 9 : total, 19. Whig members of House elected, 35. Democrats, 37 giving a majority in both houses. Flocb. The New York Commercial Adver tiser, estimates the stock of Flour now in store Ln that city at 150,000 bbls.against 50,000 bbls. at Qua time last yearr At Cincinnati, on the 1st insL, Flour was scl- ingat $5,25 per bbl., and Whiskey at 15a. per gallon. Cold Weathm. The Philadelphia Enquirer of the 2 tli ultsays: " We mention, for ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 13 November 1841

POETICAL. From the Concord Journal. Ode to Thought. OIiTbo.ught! thou art a wond'rous thing, That ever, on the wing, Dest never tire; Nor stay thy ever varying flight, Even when wrapt in shades of night, We shut earth's objects from our sight And rest desire. Now pictur'd on our wilderd brain, Bright, hopes and joys, a dazzling train For future years; Anon, thou bear'st a cruel part, Bending with fear the shrinking heart, 'Till at some spectr'd scene we start, And wake to tears! When in our changing, mortal life, We find some hour with gladness rife, Without alloy; Why dost thou from the guilty past Somo dark page bring, and ov'erus cast A withering pall, our joys to Mast, And peace destroy f Say, what art thou, and whence? And when- our souls shall go from hence, here is thy end? I asked and with o'erwhelming force From truth's divine, eternal source, A voice in its o'erflowing course, Did answer send. aThoug&is thy constant guest on earth; Coeval with thy mortal birth From God...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 November 1841

The Union of the States and the Stats of the UniTiT ' ' VOLUME T 7 BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1841. . NUMBER 3. CIRCU LAR, To Ute Register and Receivers of tiie Uni ted States Land Office General Land""Office,) Sept. 15th 1841 Gentlemen: Annexed is a copy of that portion of an act of Congress approved on the 4th instant, entitled "An act to appropriate the proceeds of the salei of the public lands, and to grant pre emption rights," which has relation to the subject of premptions. Your attention is directed to the several provisions of that portion of said act. and your observance en joined of the rules hereinafter stated, as pre TKFBFthT&l -flfv oVfce Treasury, in accordance with the 12th secln of said act " f 'A The individual claiming the benefits0' saI(1 act must be, First, A citizen of the United States, cTrl have filed his declaration ol intention, to become a citizen. Second. Either the head of a family, or a widow, or a single man over the age of twen one y...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 November 1841

T v.. ced; while he stood just withiu the threshold, he heard strange and discordant notes issue ing from the family sitting room, which was near at hand. The sound was so unusual, that his foot was arrested, and lie found him self undesignedly a listener in a scene, never intended for his ear. It was, alas! the voice of his bien aitnee engaged in an angry discus sion with her mother, about some article of dress, in which the taste of the parent and child differed one impassioned word follow d another, until finally the refractory child prevailed, and the mother, with flushed face and swimming eyes, left the apartment, and passing through the hall,disuppenred. Shock ed and astounded by the alarming discovery which he had so unexpectedly made, the gen tleman retreated with a sorrowful heart to Lis lodgings-a painful and heart-rending strug gle ensued, the issue of which may be readily imagined; he wrote a kind and feeling letter to her who had thus deceived him so grossly, .relinquis...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 November 1841

THE R A D 1 f U . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 20, 1841. Jiexv York and Michigan Elections. Democracy Triumphant! We can scarcely find words to express our joy at the result of the elections which have just been held in the above named states. The re sults have exceeded our most sanguine expecta tions, and the welcome tidings of so many glori ous and unexpected victories have reached us in such rapid succession that we almost doubt the truth of our unvarying success. But yesterday our political firmament was set thick with the dark and lowering clouds of popular error, and the phrenzy of misguided zeal and misplaced confidence had well nigh held captive the reason of a thinking people. But those gloomy har bingers of impending ruin have disappeared the sky of our political prospects is becoming calm and serene reason is left unchained by the fetters of prejudice and party deceit, and pro claims her final irrevocable decision. The peo ple trulv have had their "second sober thought." Bewildere...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 20 November 1841

7 J i l From the Milton (N. C.) Chronicle. Remarkable tase ol Bigamy Finished Villany. As the conductor of a public press, we have never been called upon to record a case of a more perfect and continued system of rascality, than that which we feel bound to lay before our readers this week. Yet such is the peculiar and varied nature of the case such is its deep depravity that we are at a loss where to begin or where to stop. We purpose, however, to detail the circumstan ces as they have come to our knowledge, (confining ourselves to the facts, as near as possible) and in so doing we intentionally omit the names of the unfortunate females who have been made the wretched victims of a species of villany unparalleled in this coun try. Their cup of sorrow and mortification must now be full, and we will not run it over by gazetting their names. It appears a certain Edward C. Poling, (son of the Rev. Mr. Doling, Minister of the M. E. Church, and a resident of this county,) about 3 years sin...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 November 1841

CI The Union of the States and the Statts of the Union. VOLUME 1. BOWLING GREEN, MO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1841. NUMBER 4 . THE RADICAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 27, 1841. O- Having been disappointed in obtaining paper, we have been compelled to issue 4 half sheet. I Jr3 A v n n . ,J . snBi ap- pear next week. St. Louis and the Tobacco TradJ St. Louis is dWim 1, at no distant day, I come the grer.t Tobac ;c nart of Western a ca. Tliis article has already become one the chief sources f wealth to tlT Staf p. an-, i. pI n. 'a'fiiaaj.(tf;iaifliiRi"Lufnm'e t'6 iet i, will soon render it the most important st- e of the West. According to a statenctit -r- ished the ad.Ior of the Republican, by a Souse in St. Louis, eitcslvely engaged in this trade, it appears that the export of this article during the last year, has amounted to abot 9000 hogs heads, of which 8,500, have passed St. Louis. This has brought to the Stale but little short of $1,000,000. The quantity raised will now in crease in a m...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 November 1841

f: From Graham's Magazine. The Captain's Courtship. The cloth had just been removed, at my "second dinner with the club, when the presi dent called on a Mr. Rowley for a story. lie tossed off a tumbler of Port to clear the cobwebs, as he said, from his throat and began. "You a!l know I am a lawyer, and that .men who would be witty have a way of quiz zing our profession by saying that we can not tell a story without draggins in our craft I have no objection to the notion of these smart gentlemen, and shall not even trouble Myself to refute them but go on with my story. "When I was a student, just after the close of the late war, I used to pay occasion al visits to Mount Holly, which was even then a passable county town, and remarka ble for its pretty girl?, its gay winters, and the quantity of.wine drank by its bar. ' There? wasn't tr' lawyer in the place who could'nt carry his two bottles, and as for wit, these barristers were famed for it from Cape JUay to Hackensack. But it is not...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 November 1841

!'! exposes the workings it tl,. viln in llmt ritv. Y( h:lV I II ' O II 1! l"T 1 for so.ne thae ' wroe Ft t! e nrnnl some montl since. wiili rvhers 111.cn ihr sare suJ'icrt. O-ir n- gasements. hmvovcr. prevntc 1 it. Tl.. T l i . nwratic preS f the Stat, shon'd c - j men" an Ttprmir.-itinT W:ir si!:iinst 11)0 i sir:iint 1 110 i i I r wh"V system, as nn'i IVrrvr t'c o;nre--- sive to the peon'e and mimical to t:ie pin- cip'es ,P..n which our vernment is .,-,1. What can be more unjuU. than, to rcqnire , nv class of men to ,.ay the St.te'oMhe . - . - . . I pririirge of exercising a ncful and lu-norn-Lie employment! Wh:tl ri-ht has the S'nte to impose any restriction upon any trade or profession! Where all power is vested in the Government, and a monarch ni'es by the appointment of Heaven, there ii some pro priety in requiring the citizen to P'irchase the pnv.'eiics of merchandizing nr oi cw. in wheat, from llie disper s -r of a!l million- ty ard all power. But we have hecn taught j iVata...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 27 November 1841

"II Jul U.e "JJUlb iniiiL pp.l"' empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Wandering by chance many days in these hot regions, the- slave travelled with the un easiness and cautiousness of a man who, in the nvdst of savannahs abounding in poison ous reptiles, believes he might set his foot, when least expected, on the scaly body of a serpent. He examined with much care eve ry tree; each thicket, of brambles appeared to him so many shelters for wild beasts.where enemies, the color of Ihe foliage, lay in am bush. Suddenly he paused; he cast himself to the ground, and pressed the earth even to the joints of his limb". Without emotion, rely ing on the Indian fig tree as the only defence, he awaited the result of what he saw. With out the convulsive trembling which agitated his body, any one would have believed that he was dead. He had just seen the most terrible of all the serpents, whose race is found in those regions. It was not certainly a monstrous animal one of those colossal reptiles, whic...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 December 1841

.'. - " The Inioa of the States and the Stattt of the Unioi. VOLUME 1. . BOWLING GREEN, Mo7sATURDAy7 DECEMBER 4, 1841. ' NUMBER 5. J A T II P R H I f! Hi i For tdb Radical. 1 fl Jfew. Wo-Since the name of the vete- : SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1841. , ran Book, of Pike county, has been been brought before the people of Missouri as a suitable per- t , Consistency. 1 son to be supported by the State, for a seat in the It was one of the prominent arguments of the of United sutes, objection8 have IVhigs, during the extra session, for the creation been made) that the residence of Colonel Boon of a Bank, that the people wanted it and there- inthis of recent a date fore Congress and the Executive should give ference over older Bettlm of the state. . them one. It has been, too, the fruitful source of objection be urged tt the charges of treachery on the part of the iJeJ j residence in a Btate fresidet. Vhat becomes now of this argu- AAiil.l o.tirA tlWin rrli tr? i77 A- mm.ntm Min) lent? "WffilU...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 December 1841

7 P ! t Pi MISCELLANEOUS. ATJLPOLEO.VS tUtEACTER. His genius was va-,1, but it was after the man- r-u r, , , ', ,, ,. tier ol the ( Jrinnlji - r.tlhrr lh:tn thi l.tirnnenn.: he followed neither the dictates of truth nor l!lc nobIest al,d most exaIted kind- They arc the lesions of experience, but the vivid pictures creators of fortune and fume, the founders, and and vehement suirgeslions of his own fervent will never disappoint and desert you. They con imagination. Such was the intensity of these trol all human dealinKs, and turn evil vicissitudes impressions, that they made him entirely forget re- , , . , , . . v alityS he reasoned J.J acted upon thein after the of fortune s tendency to a contrary nature. You manner of insane persons, as ii'lhey had been ae- have genius, you have learning, you have mdus tual existences. Ideas withhim instantly led to de- try at times, but you want perseverance; with ' sire; his incipient thought was already a passion; out it you can do nothing. I bi...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 December 1841

being v Ward e resigned their seats i that State. that ice is running in the Louisiana, in considerable quanti- than probable that the celebrated I horse Boston, will not challenge in vain. Bladen, Fashion, (a northern filly) and tin Jackson, owned in Georgia, will either l accept 01 nis oanier. I t?A In IriA Lerrwliitlir fif IvraCKAnhllKpfta. I om some informality in the election, the race (ill be run over again. He is stated to be a man i property, ana a violent anu-auouuonisi. What a commentary upon Nicholas Biddle, and his associates, was the lute procession of or phans through the streets of Philadelphia, bear- ng banners hung with crape, with inscriptions as this "The orphans of Philadelphia n for the legacy of Stephen Girard." c Southwestern folks, as well as the l!i eastern, are by the cars as to who shall them in Congres?. The little village "-field affords not less than three who cants for this honor. ichm jnd EiiijuirtT states that a valuable, steemed and distinguished co...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 4 December 1841

ill JL POET I CAD . - - autumn. Thouglvence enamored with the Spring -; Jtsjleasure and its bloom, r The pensive muse prefers to sing, -And touch the more congenial string, Of Autumn's pleasing gloom. : She comes with all her sober train The crown the changing year , The juicy fruit, and shining grain Are scattered o'er the hills and plain, To strengthen and to cheer. Of late, the meadows, and the field, The numerous flowers th garden yields, Though long in embryo concealed, In perfect bloom were seen. Then to the verdant, shady grove, The tuneful race resort ; Chanting their sweetest notes of love, The birds in amorous gestures strove Their partners' smiles to court. But now these sprightly scenes are gone, And Summer's joys are fled ; Nature, of an her'flow'rets shorn, Her motley colored garb puts on, Of yellow, brown, and red. And now the feathered choir no more Their notes in concert blend; Rut in assembling flocks appear, Prepared their southern course to steer, Ere wintry stor...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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